Teddington Summer Music makes a very welcome comeback

Richmond and Twickenham Times: They're back: Richard Fawkes, co-director of Teddington Summer Music (TSM), mayor of Richmond Councillor Meena Bond, Tom Higgin, co-director TSM, and Coun Helen Lee-Parsons They're back: Richard Fawkes, co-director of Teddington Summer Music (TSM), mayor of Richmond Councillor Meena Bond, Tom Higgin, co-director TSM, and Coun Helen Lee-Parsons

After a successful inaugural launch last year, Teddington Summer Music returns this May for a short season of high class music-making by international artists.

The festival of summer classical music will return this year, showcasing three evenings of music across three venues in Teddington next month.

Teddington Baptist Church, the Normansfield Theatre and the Landmark Arts Centre will all host great names for the public to enjoy.

The first of the concerts will see the London Dvorak Ensemble, under conductor Tom Higgins, perform at Teddington Baptist Church, while the second concert at the Normansfield Theatre will give ticket-holders the chance to see the exciting young Artesian String Quartet.

The mayor of Richmond is the honorary president of the Richmond Symphonic Concert Band, which is appearing in the third concert of the festival at the Landmark Arts Centre.

Teddington Summer Music; May 10, 11 and 17; Various venues; 7.30pm; £7 to £12.50; wegottickets.com.

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